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 Post subject: Re: Joel Obi Interview
PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 8:43 am 
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smartbrother wrote:
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If Okechukwu did not and does not play for any known league locally or internationally, then the only probable and safe conclusion why Keshi brought him to the Super Eagles is for personal interest or on the basis of ethnicity or religious lines which is a grave violation of the code of conduct for coaches in schedule 1 of the contract.
( b ) Coaches must not take decision based on personal interest e.g. collecting gratifications, insisting on becoming players’ managers or players’ agents.

Still around? Trouble comprehending the meaning of “bored”?! :lol:

So you are now FRAUDULENTLY trying to retroactively switch your highlights from the contractual provision that specifically spells out collecting gratifications and acting as player agents/managers which you had FRAUDULENTLY highlighted to appear as if those were the specific findings against Keshi to a nebulous “probable” (the Committee’s own words) conclusion of nebulous, undefined and unspecified “personal interests” (again, the Committee’s own words) and religious affinity or TRIBALISM (which you have of course FRUADULENTLY not highlighted, even though it is part of said findings). But of course, the NFF actually spelt out in writing the specific reason for Keshi’s dismissal, so there’s no need to indulge in the SPECULATIONS of the so-called Committee (which could not even reach definitive conclusions).

I am quite circumspect with words, so when I highlight FRAUD (and ignorance), I recognize exactly the nature of who/what we were dealing with. SMH

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 Post subject: Re: Joel Obi Interview
PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 8:51 am 
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Gotti wrote:
smartbrother wrote:
NFF wrote:
If Okechukwu did not and does not play for any known league locally or internationally, then the only probable and safe conclusion why Keshi brought him to the Super Eagles is for personal interest or on the basis of ethnicity or religious lines which is a grave violation of the code of conduct for coaches in schedule 1 of the contract.
( b ) Coaches must not take decision based on personal interest e.g. collecting gratifications, insisting on becoming players’ managers or players’ agents.

Still around? Trouble comprehending the meaning of “bored”?! :lol:

So you are now FRAUDULENTLY trying to retroactively switch your highlights ......



Retroactively switch my highlights? whatt? :rotf: :rotf:
you've officially lost your mind
What a dimwitted stupid DISHONEST goat you are :rotf: :rotf:
Alright alright F1 race is over. Now I'm done


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 Post subject: Re: Joel Obi Interview
PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 8:57 am 
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smartbrother wrote:
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If Okechukwu did not and does not play for any known league locally or internationally, then the only probable and safe conclusion why Keshi brought him o the Super Eagles is for personal interest or on the basis of ethnicity or religious lines which is a grave violation of the code of conduct for coaches in schedule 1 of the contract.

( b ) Coaches must not take decision based on personal interest e.g. collecting gratifications, insisting on becoming players’ managers or players’ agents.

( c ) Coaches must not use ethnic or religious criteria for evaluating.

:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

Too "smart" to realize his previous posts are still on the thread...what a Ignorant FRAUDSTER! SMH

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 Post subject: Re: Joel Obi Interview
PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:27 am 
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smartbrother wrote:
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If Okechukwu did not and does not play for any known league locally or internationally, then the only probable and safe conclusion why Keshi brought him o the Super Eagles is for personal interest or on the basis of ethnicity or religious lines which is a grave violation of the code of conduct for coaches in schedule 1 of the contract.

( b ) Coaches must not take decision based on personal interest e.g. collecting gratifications, insisting on becoming players’ managers or players’ agents.

( c ) Coaches must not use ethnic or religious criteria for evaluating.

Meanwhile, our resident Yahoo-Yahoo ‘brother” fails to highlight, or perhaps even comprehend, this... :woot:

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 Post subject: Re: Joel Obi Interview
PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 2:12 pm 
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Gotti wrote:
smartbrother wrote:
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If Okechukwu did not and does not play for any known league locally or internationally, then the only probable and safe conclusion why Keshi brought him o the Super Eagles is for personal interest or on the basis of ethnicity or religious lines which is a grave violation of the code of conduct for coaches in schedule 1 of the contract.

( b ) Coaches must not take decision based on personal interest e.g. collecting gratifications, insisting on becoming players’ managers or players’ agents.

( c ) Coaches must not use ethnic or religious criteria for evaluating.

Meanwhile, our resident Yahoo-Yahoo ‘brother” fails to highlight, or perhaps even comprehend, this... :woot:



Gotti, I admire your patience, honestly. You get correct time to deal with someone who has repeatedly exposed himself as an absolute buffoon on this site time and time again.

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